Praise for travelling light with a film camera
I’ve shot some Christmas pictures in the past years, and now that autumn is approaching its end and winter is arriving, I thought of showcasing a few photographic memories of
[singlepic id=115 w=600 h=600 ] The last photo shot in Durham, to finish a roll. Moving back to Italy now.
Apart from looking around and eyeing the decrepit (oops… in need of restoration or house improvement) houses, what else can you do, when walking in Durham with a camera? The effects are picturesque
Uphill roads are very convenient for photographing architecture because they allow the photographer’s eye to be level with the centre of the buildings’ facades and ensure a correct perspective.
Durham is not blessed with many good places for a coffee. However, provided we do not have ubiquity, just one good coffee bar should be enough. We have two! “Flat
Durham photographed with a tilted lens.
A picture of the woods around the School Engineering.
…a “listed building” but, more importantly, is a very, very cold place… when it’s cold. Photographically, the Priory is the first time I combined my “new” Minolta Spotmeter with my
Una mia ricetta.
…to endure this shitty weather. Like Woody Allen once said about shooting in London, a dark grey sky makes an easy background. Also available on iStock for sale.
There is only one kind of pizza. I do agree, although probably I would differ from their definition. I do like the colours of their store, though. The Nikkor 24-120